I’m ecstatic! My brand new copy of Whole Foods for the Whole Family has arrived. When the cover picture was taken, I was still using the book originally published by La Leche League in 1981. That is the one on the far right in the cover picture with an elastic band around it. Continue reading
Diet for a Small Planet is my other classic cookbook. It was first published in 1971 and I must have purchased it not much later, even before I was married. I got the paperback edition, which didn’t stand up to wear and tear too well. So, I replaced it with the 20th anniversary edition in 1991. Twenty years later this one is also held together with tape and a prayer.
It was first published in 1976 and went through 4-6 printings every year through 1980. And though the pace has slowed down to only 1-2 printings per year, it is still going strong.
I purchased a copy in 1977 and it has been one of my main standbys ever since. Indeed, I used it so much that it virtually fell to pieces. The copy I have now is a replacement published in 1992.
Besides good Mennonite recipes, it includes an abundance of Continue reading
It is a slim volume, less than 70 pages, containing 49 recipes contributed by members of the Parkdale community.
It was published in 2008 as a fundraising project of the Parkdale Activity and Recreation Centre.